AM4115T Dino-Lite Edge
Sharpest image, great flexibility
Delivery within Australia $10.00
All prices are inclusive of 10% GST
High Optical Resolution
With most optimized lens and circuit design, the AM4115T is able to deliver matchless image quality, over the whole magnification range, among Dino-lite series. With using a state-of-the-art lens design, be able to see more details achieving the most stunning sharpness and clarity of the target. It has the least aberrations at lower magnifications for obtaining more quality images that before. It also is able to see more details under low light enabling to gather more details for analysis. These qualities are what most professionals will expect in a microscope.
Adaptable Cap Design
The detachable and interchangeable front cap design used in the Dino-Lite Edge series is aimed to satisfy various applications. Different caps have been developed for better adaptability to different applications. Simply by removing the cap will yield more working distance which brings convenience particularly under higher magnification range, or have better accessibility to the full range of magnification from 20x to 220x.
Take pictures & record video
For all our USB models, you can take pictures as well as record video directly on a computer.
The AM4115T, with the exceptional image quality of Dino-Lite Edge, is designed to meet more professional needs. It also has better adaptability to different applications with the detachable and exchangeable front cap design.
|Model||AM4115T Dino-Lite Edge|
|Product Resolution||1.3M pixels (SXGA)|
|Frame Rate||Up to 30fps|
DinoCapture2.0: BMP, GIF, PNG, MNG, TIF, TGA, PCX, WBMP, JP2, JPC, JPG, PGX, RAS, PNM
DinoXcope: PNG, JPEG
DinoCapture2.0: WMV, FLV, SWF
|Microtouch||Touch sensitive trigger on the microscope for taking pictures|
|Lighting||8 white LED lights switched on/off by software|
|Operating System Supported||Windows 8 ,7 ,Vista, XP
MAC OS 10.4 or later
|Unit Weight||100 (g)|
|Unit Dimension||10.5cm (H) x 3.2cm (D)|
Information about working distance and field of view
M = magnification rate
WD = working distance
WD1 = working distance without front cap
FOV = field of view
DOF= depth of field
Unit = mm